Manufacturing Accountant in charlotte, North Carolina
THE TEAM YOU WILL BE JOINING:
A global manufacturing solutions provider with over 30 offices and 5 plants across 3 continents
Mission driven to create cleaner, safer work environments for millions of people across the globe
Industry disruptive solutions including IoT products
WHAT THEY OFFER YOU:
Top down investment and commitment to growth of business using innovation and fostering strong customer relationships
Strong culture of integrity and accountability
Serve a wide variety of industries and clients including the Fortune 500!
Growing organization with an emphasis on employee development and upward mobility
Continuing education opportunities to develop technical skills and expertise
WHY THIS ROLE IS IMPORTANT:
Owner of month end, quarterly, and year end closing process and all reporting.
Overall responsible for all product costing and pricing , BOM calculations and related processes including the yearly pricing process.
Leading analysis of deviations monthly, quarterly and yearly including forecasting and budget.
Close cooperation with procurement, logistics and engineering department in identifying and carry out improvement in procurement and supply chain.
Responsible for the oversite of the company’s inventory including physical, cycle counts and calculation of Excess & Obsolesce
Lead the continuing work in identifying and carrying out cost improvements and efficiency measures through profitability analysis of product portfolio as well as purchase price developments and be able to forecast and explain impact on the companies P&L.
Participate in designated business and manufacturing projects i.e. production localization, various CAPEX and ERP projects
THE BACKGROUND THAT FITS:
Three years of experience in production control and/or calculation work from a manufacturing company is required
Understanding of Intercompany financial transactions and consolidated financial statements
Deep understanding from product calculations, BOM structures and build-ups and how they influence the financial follow up and its deviations in the company is important
Interest and experience in manufacturing, its processes and product